Whether it’s Szechuan or Mandarin, high-end dim sum or bargain moo shu, Voice Places is your guide to Chinese food in Los Angeles. Professional reviews and user reviews, along with listings easily searchable by neighborhood, give you all the information you need to make a great choice!
If you are of a certain bent, you have probably spent many mornings milling around the parking lot outside the original Din Tai Fung, checking off too many items on the... More »
There are the usual kinds of dumplings and noodles here. But the pan-fried pork dumplings at Luscious Dumplings Inc. can be absolutely magnificent things... More »
A bleak mini-mall storefront next to a bowling alley, 101 Noodle Express isn't undiscovered, exactly, although in all my visits I have never had a waitress say a... More »
Like other Muslim restaurants, China Islamic has a minor specialty in lamb, sliced thin and quickly fried with green onions, garlic and crunchy bits of fresh... More »
The Los Angeles restaurant world has long been a place of improbable carom shots, but even here the Boiling Crab, a Cajun seafood restaurant opened by a Vietnamese... More »
Lu Din Gee isn't dead - it just renamed itself Duck House (in English at least), and moved to the former location of the neo-Shanghai restaurant 501 Gourmet in Monterey... More »
Inconspicuously located at the center of a Fountain Valley strip mall, this restaurant has been dishing out delectable vegan cuisine for more than 13... More »
Stepping into the San Gabriel Asian-influenced restaurant Green Zone's sleek and modern dining room, it's easy to forget you just parked at a jam-packed... More »
Don't be fooled by the canary yellow walks or the Hello Kitty motif. Pa Pa Walk is all business. The Taiwanese street food mecca has been a must-stop San Gabriel Valley... More »
Baccali Cafe & Rotisserie is a Hong Kong-style cafe, which means you can find many things on this spacious, high-ceilinged restaurant's menu. Rotisserie... More »
There are many Sichuan restaurants in the San Gabriel Valley where you can get stellar iterations of mapo doufu, or leeks with bacon or water-boiled fish, but there's one place that we drive to seemingly without thinking, where we've been known to eat three times a week during flu season, where the booths feel about as familiar as the living room sofa we left to get...
Shanghai-style soup dumplings, or xiao long bao, dot the landscape of the San Gabriel Valley, but if you didn't know any better, you'd think famed dumpling house Din Tai Fung was the only one around. Indeed, arrive on a Sunday morning and you'll see entire families, from babies to grandparents, enduring the formidable wait for a table. You might overhear an...
San Gabriel Valley doesn't lack for Hong Kong–style café fare, but few restaurants bridge generation gaps as well as Savoy Kitchen. You might find a group raised on YouTube next to a table of retirees, both parties waiting patiently for the Hainan chicken rice platter. The hallmark here is no-nonsense versions of beloved specialties with roots on the island of...
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